Marco Lunardelli, The Finnish Parliament and its scrutiny of EU matters: an efficient model

This paper aims at demonstrating that Finland’s parliamentary scrutiny of EU matters is particularly efficient and can be a model for other EU Member States. Even though the government is competent to deal with EU matters, the Finnish Parliament (the Eduskunta) is constitutionally empowered to participate in EU policy formulation. Deep involvement in the preparation … Leggi tutto “Marco Lunardelli, The Finnish Parliament and its scrutiny of EU matters: an efficient model”

Pubblicato in: Focus, PRIN 2010-2011 (Parlamenti nazionali e Unione europea nella governance multilivello), Saggi | Contrassegnato Åland Islands, Constitution and international obligations, constitutional Law Committee, control of subsidiarity, COSAC, decision-making powers, economic governance measures, Eduskunta, European Union, financial crisis, Finland, Finnish Constitution, Finnish Parliament, IPEX, Marco Lunardelli, Nomos 1/2014, Saggi, Suuri Valiokunta, The finnish parliament and its scrutiny of EU matters: an efficient model, Ulkoasiain valiokunta